NICOSIA (Reuters) - Two Pakistanis have been arrested in Cyprus on suspicion of having links to radical groups after a tip-off from a foreign intelligence agency, authorities said on Friday. Police said the men, in their late 30s, were arrested during a raid on their home in the capital Nicosia on Wednesday morning. Laptops and documents were confiscated for examination. The information we have suggests that they are linked to extremists or extremist organisations, said police spokesman Michalis Katsounotos. The men had been under surveillance for several weeks. Police said the men had arrived on the Mediterranean island legally but their residence permits expired three months ago. Authorities have issued a deportation order against the two, but it has been put on hold while material seized from their home is examined, Katsounotos said.